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- 1& Finlay, B. Brett
- 1Arrieta, Marie-Claire
- 1Borchers, Christoph H.
- 1Brown, Eric M.
- 1Carter, Laura
- 1Duffy, Terri-Lynn
- 1Belosevic, Mike (Biological Sciences)
- 1BrunetWood, M. Kim (Alberta Health Services)
- 1Clandinin, MT (Agricultural, Food & Nutritional Science)
- 1Farmer, Anna (Agriculture, Food, and Nutritional Sciences)
- 1Mazurak, Vera (Agriculture, Food, and Nutritional Sciences)
- 1Solomons, Noel W. (Center for Studies of Sensory Impairment, Aging and Metabolism)
Background: Children are at high risk for malnutrition during hospital admission. Over half of children admitted to hospital will exhibit signs of nutrition deterioration such as weight loss. Screening for malnutrition is a critical step in the nutrition care process, however there is currently a...
Diet and specific microbial exposure trigger features of environmental enteropathy in a novel murine modelDownload
Borchers, Christoph H., Willing, Benjamin P., Sansonetti, Philippe J., Uhrig, Marco, Vonaesch, Pascale, Reynolds, Lisa A., Scholz, Roland, Wlodarska, Marta, Partida, Oswaldo, & Finlay, B. Brett, Brown, Eric M., Han, Jun, Arrieta, Marie-Claire
Environmental enteropathy (EE) is a subclinical chronic inflammatory disease of the small intestine and has a profound impact on the persistence of childhood malnutrition worldwide. However, the aetiology of the disease remains unknown and no animal model exists to date, the creation of which...
Giardiasis in children attending daycare centers in Guatemala and the therapeutic potential of gangliosideDownload
Intestinal enteropathy is a prevalent yet neglected aspect of child malnutrition involving chronic exposure to intestinal pathogens such as Giardia intestinalis. Gangliosides have therapeutic potential for the treatment of giardiasis and intestinal enteropathy. The objectives of the thesis were...